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As far as I can tell one can obtain Russian citizenship but I can't find a procedure on how. One way is through marriage but are there any others?

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Since the political-related comments have been removed, I'll refrain from suggesting your friend to move to Crimea.

Other than that - here are the rules. I won't quote since they actually change quite frequently (the latest change was a couple of weeks ago). You can always find the up-to-date information at UFMS websites. Warning - it's in Russian. Apparently, being fluent in Russian is a prerequisite for naturalization.

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  • Wasn't quite the destination I suggested... – Karlson Jun 13 '14 at 18:25

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